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IBM loves OpenNTF

Some of OpenNTF's contributors are IBMers, so it isn't surprising, that OpenNTF is well respected inside IBM. IBM used OpenNTF DominoBBS for Lotusphere and uses OpenNTF's mail experience as a source of inspiration what to do next in the mail template. But it doesn't stop there. Even in IBM's redbooks OpenNTF is officially mentioned. Have a look at page 159 in the redbook Security Considerations in Notes and Domino 7: Making Great Security Easier to Implement.
Should we have a redbook: Guide to OpenSource for Lotus Notes?

Posted by on 22 May 2006 | Comments (5) | categories: IBM Notes Lotus Notes


  1. posted by ulrich "eknori" Krause on Monday 22 May 2006 AD:
    >>Guide to OpenSource for Lotus Notes?

    Good idea !! Emoticon cool.gif
  2. posted by Ragnar Schierholz on Wednesday 24 May 2006 AD:
    Certainly a good idea. Who would need to be on the authors list to have enough overview of and insight into enough OpenNTF projects accumulated among the authors? Nathan T. Freeman and Bruce Elgort sure should be among them, Rocky Oliver as well, most likely. Probably John Roling.
  3. posted by Richard Schwartz on Monday 05 June 2006 AD:
    The great thing about RedBooks is that they are a collaboraiton between IBM and Business Partners. I wrote that appendix and threw in the link to OpenNTF.
  4. posted by Bruce Elgort on Wednesday 14 June 2006 AD:

    The check is in the mail Emoticon smile.gif
  5. posted by Dovid on Thursday 29 June 2006 AD:
    Dick, cash Bruce's check quick, before he finds ut that HP won't let you write redbits anymore!

    Wiss, you should add Vince Schuurman. He and Bruce are running the site these days. Sadly, Nathan and I are mostly AWOL.